Mr. Uddin is a post graduate student of Institute of Water and Flood Management, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). He obtained BSc and MS degree in Environmental Science from MawlanaBashani Science and Technology University, Tangail, Bangladesh. Currently he is a Remote Sensing and GIS Associate of Bangladesh Centre for Advances Studies (BCAS) where he is also working on climate modeling and simulation. Mr. Uddin has worked as Research Assistant at BUET in the HELIX (High End Climate Impacts and Extremes, helixclimate.eu) project funded by the EU to assess the impact of extreme climate (>2 0C global warming) in Bangladesh. During following 4 years in his research career, he worked in Oxfam GB, BUET, WHO, BCAS. He has received an advanced training on meteorology, hydrology and geo-informatics. Mr. Uddin works in the fields of numerical analysis and statistical computing, in particular of climate change analysis for Third National Commission (TNC) of UNFCC. His research interest centers on climate change and modeling, water quality modeling, hazard mapping and modeling, application of remote sensing and GIS, extreme climate and human health. His research interest also includes multivariate statistics, time series statistics, and robust statistical computing. Mr. Uddin has published 12 scientific research articles on peer reviewed journals with national scholars and professors regarding climate change and dynamic statistical modeling. As a co-author he has published two book chapters in Springer in last 3 years. Since 2013 he has presented his 18 technical papers in international conferences at home and aboard.